NHS workers are set for a free Ibiza holiday next year.
The local government of Ibiza have announced they will be supporting a Together for Health Heroes scheme, which applies to healthcare staff across Europe. The initiative provides to offer free holidays to healthcare workers that showed professionalism and strength throughout the pandemic.
Together for Health Heroes aims to find at least 1,000 accomodation providers across Europe, who will provide free stays for healthcare staff across the continent in 2021.
The UK government is set to scrap the mandatory 14-day self-isolation policy for holidaymakers and travellers returning from Spain, France and Greece. The news, which is to be announced on Monday and implemented as soon as 6th July, means that holidaymakers visiting Ibiza can return to the UK without mandatory quarantine, paving the way for tourists from the UK to flock to the White Isle.
The Ibiza Government has announced that clubs will not reopen this summer, according to reports.
Hï Ibiza and Ushuaïa have announced they will remain closed for July following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coming after the reveal of opening parties at some of the open-air Ibiza venues and hotels — including Pikes, Ibiza Rocks, and Ocean Beach — Hï Ibiza and Ushuaïa have shared that they will not be opening their doors when travel restrictions are lifted next month.
A number of open-air venues in Ibiza have revealed dates for reopening following the coronavirus pandemic.
As tourists gear up to return to Spain this summer, albeit with the exception of British tourists who are reportedly yet to be given the go ahead to holiday in the country, Ibiza venues have announced the third phase of their reopening plans.
Ibiza Rocks has revealed a new 2020 party series.
Following the announcement that Spain will allow international tourists from the 1st July, San Antonio open-air club and hotel, Ibiza Rocks, has announced a new party series.
Spain will reopen its borders for international visitors from 1st July.
In a televised address made on Saturday (23rd May), Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said that Spain will “reopen for foreign tourism in conditions of safety”. The country will also lift its two-week quarantine requirement for overseas arrivals from 1st July, El Pais reports.
International Music Summit (IMS) Ibiza 2020 has been postponed.
In light of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic, the announcement was made today 20th of March. The 13th edition of the annual event was scheduled to take place in May, and has now been rescheduled for the same time next year. You can read their full statement below.
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